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a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> in the mail bag tonight, the confrontational and new immigration reform law. acing among other things that allow the police to stop and question anybody that they think mite be in this country illegally. while some worry about profiling, arizona has the area. i think that the larger issue is one of arizona's right to develop their own means to deal with these unique immigration problems. given that the federal laws are not in focus. and probably the federal laws, they were enforced. there would be no need for the arizona legislation. and those who are not in the country legally, always cried discrimination when asked for i.d. and mark from frederick maryland, says bravo, arizona. i applaud arizona for this and hope other states will follow. the only way that it will be an issue for the law enforcement officers that are abusing their authority. if they are found to be doing
goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> voting rights for d.c. we now know the online way the member goes through is is it the city's gun law is killed off and harold until german town says o'well. it's a shame the residents in d.c. aren't truly represented but d.c. is not a state. i would have thought the best way was to change the constitution first then there could be no challenge. as for d.c. gun laws the constitution provides that even american has right to own a fire arm. i find it iic that d.c. wants rights to deny our basic right and this on the tea partyers who brought their protests to the nation's daily. vaughn says all of the passenger seems a bit misplaced. where was this concern and protest when there was so much to be concerned about and so much to protest when vice president cheney allowed them to deck tate energy policy. when we illegally invaded a policy and spent billions doing it. when they
and it's getting larger. we are a debtor nation and other countries hold the mortgage. is america too hard to fail? there are a lot of countries that would love to see america implod under the weight of debt. but michelle, or michael, however it is pronounced is saying something basic. government overreach. government taking over healthcare. government taking over education. government intruding in people's personal lives by continually fingerprinting people in the workplace, etcetera. with a perspective severe limitation on individual freedom of choice and civil rights. it's not socialism people should be worried about, but rather communism. on the other hand, larry says we met the enemy and it is us. what's the problem with congress? it's the people. most people are very unclear as to what is actually going on in the country, let alone the world. more people vote for american idol contestants than they do for president or their congressional state or local representative. you know what? i'm with larry on this one. it's hard for me to get mad at our leadership over spending when we v
shows about dr. height. it's all at wusa9.com. click on the civil rights in america button. >>> a consumer alert tonight about recalled 2010 lexus suv's. tonight the company says it has the software so dealers can start fixing them. toyota recalled nearly 10,000 vehicles last week out of concerns they might roll over at high speeds. dealers began contacting owners about the fix last night. >>> federal county and local agencies are teaming up to stress safety. alex takes a closer look at the possible risks. >> a perfect day for rock climbing in the patomac, or kayaking in one of america's favorite rivers. that wasn't all the activity in the area. their support closed in and river rescuers were practicing saving lives to demonstrate the resources often needed in a deadly predicament. >> people all up and down the trail. >> the goal is to increase safety on the river and eliminate accidental drownings, just last year, six persons lost their lives in this 14- mile stretch of the potomac, from great falls to the key bridge. >> the river is deep, it's strong, it's treacherous
of america is out as owner of that facility. it was once the busiest hospital for the city's poorest neighborhoods. today the city took control of the facility after united medical center defaulted on a loan and grant agreements that originally kept the former dc general in business. attorney general peter nichols said today the hospital is essential to the city and the city will not let it fail. >>> the aclu is helping a baltimore woman they say was rejected as a foster mom because she doesn't allow pork in her home. she's a muslim, but says she would honor the beliefs of any child in her care. >>> pork was the topic on capitol hill today as well but not the kind on your dinner table. instead pork spending. citizens against government waste released its annual congressional pig book summary. the good news, the number and cost of congressional pork projects is actually down this year. politicians insist the report is the reason for that reduction. >> the pig book is of critical importance. it provides us with the specific and concrete examples of what is wrong with washington and wh
. it's safe to say that they love it. she's on the cover, telling america that this white house is yours. they like to get out and explore the city as much as they can, given their high- profile status. >> the museum is one of their favorites. but they like china town, you know, they have gone on a couple of walks there, just going in and out of the little stores. >> they have taken some day trips to mt. vernon and they encourage other families to do the same. now, coming up at 11, we'll have an inside look into the first couple as parents. how they are raising their girls. trying to keep them normalled and centered. normal and centered that is in the public's eye. >> not an easy task, but sounds like they are up to it. we'll see you at 11. >>> well, for the fairfax county cutbacks are going on. that has parents scrambling to find something to do with their children over the summit. that's because seven elementary schools will noing longer have yearround classes. the program coordinators say that the extra class times have been helping test scores go up. just not worth the $2.7
harder. to be better. to win. but sometimes even rivals realize they share a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> larry and shawn's hug. a publicity stunt? this is "entertainment tonight." >> the long embrace captured by a swarm of cameras. real affection or totally fake? >>> plus -- >> got any comments to say about the allegations. >> new video of shawn's alleged other man. shirtless again, and larry and shawn's "e.t." interview before they said i do. >> i irdemanded that she turn me down on a prenup. >> is there a prenup? >>> hollywood shut down by a volcano. why big stars are at the mercy of the giant eruption. ♪ >>> our niecy nash dancing renaers hall exclusive. will her la bamba be the bomb? >> plus, new photos george and elisabetta's pda in paradise. >>> mo'nique brother's on-air confession to oprah.
. but sometimes even rivals realize they share a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> a break that is taking place right nearby the university. our own, joining us with more on that, anita? >> and that is really amazing stuff. they are tracking how the procedure used thlone-use for them and the heart and the balloon for them that may improve the blood flow and help patients suffering from the multiple sclerosis. >> are any of your friends in town? >> reporter: for 20 years, they have been living with multiple sclerosis. and the balance issues. how they probably looked like a drunk sometime. and i walked without my cain. >> reporter: the progression of ms is different for every patient. people with severe cases, they may lose the ability to walk or speak. >> there you go. >> not an option for nicole if she can help it. married with two young daughters that she's fighting back. >> when did you hear about this new way
realize they share a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> back on 9news now with a look at the future for 12 arlington families. they'll be working with habitat for humanity to convert this building into condos. they need to invest between 300 and 500 hours of sweat equity in order to own the homes they build. >> and maryland is getting a $20 million grant from the u.s. department of energy. the energy efficiency grant will go tolt state's department of housing and community development. it is one of 25 such grants, which vice president joe biden announced today for communities, governments, and nonprofit groups. >>> the world already is transforming as the secretary said to a new energy economy. and the question is, are we going to lead it or are we going to continue to try to catch up? are we going to be left behind? we need to catch up. >> and you can learn more about today's grants at wusa9.com. just click
't see him appear on sarah's new show. >>> america's kate gosselin obsession. rehearsal meltdown. terrible dance scores. >> bless her. she's having a hard time. >> so, why are people still voting for kate? >>> tonight on the tube -- the first news from "grey's,"
for america's sweetheart. >> i don't think that sandra bullock needs the money. >>> she risked her life for the oscar-winning documentary "the cove." now, hayden panettiere is going back to those bloody
company in america. and that they see fit. this is not what the american people want. >> i'm audrey barnes in silver spring. montgomery county police are looking for a car last seen leaving that alley. right beside the murder principal. and his house, early last thursday morning. it was spotted driving away about 45 minutes after he was last heard from. police are now scouring cell phone records and computer hard drives. tracking down friends and asking questions about the wait of the 42-year-old where they live. >> we realized that he was gay. that's just one of many aspects with this case that we're looking at. >> the lifestyle could be a factor. >> yes. >> businesses in the strip mall behind that house, they are hoping that his killer is caught soon. and they have had their share of the crimes too. >> but you say it is a concern for them? >> yes, it is. >> it is very scary. >> and late today, police released information that they believe they are looking for more than one suspect in his murder. while they search for those killers, today, friends and family set a final farewell to their
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